Tuesday's UNC Football Links

Tuesday's links from around the 'net.

"Kenny Stanford has seen pictures of the Victory Bell, but he has never seen it in person. The bell becomes the property of the winning team in the North Carolina-Duke football game, and it has been in Chapel Hill since 1990."
Duke itching for chance to ring UNC's bell
The Winston Salem Journal

"Let outsiders joke and snicker if they must. As far as Duke football coach Carl Franks is concerned, this Saturday's season finale against rival North Carolina has lost none of its luster. Both teams will carry 2-9 overall records into the noon game at Wallace Wade Stadium. Each team stands 0-7 in the Atlantic Coast Conference, marking the first time both will enter the game winless in league play."
Duke looks to regain Victory Bell
The High Point Enterprise

"Franks was Florida's offensive coordinator when the Gators were recruiting Stephens. It wasn't a hard sell: Stephens' father, Jimmy Ray, was the Gators' offensive line coach at the time."
Franks, Stephens meet again
The Durham Herald Sun

"The Carolina Panthers will have defensive end Julius Peppers in the starting lineup for at least another week."
League to hear Peppers' appeal on Monday
The Asheville Citizen Times

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